Index of Authors

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Author(s) Organization(s) Contribution Title
Mahrt, MerjaHeinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, GermanyWhy not to use popularity scores from platforms. The hidden biases of YouTube data  Presenter
Manewitsch, VladimirNIM, GermanyRevealing consumer-brand-interactions from social media pictures - a case study from the fast-moving consumer goods industry
Markewitz, KatjaHochschule Ruhr West, GermanyStyle for Success? A Study on the Impact of Avatars’ Styling on Perceived Competence and Warmth.  Presenter
Martin, SebastianUniversity of Applied Sciences, Upper AustriaA selection bias of Facebook respondents, which need to be taken into account
Martinsson, JohanUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenWhen Don’t Know is not an Option: The Motivations behind Choosing the Midpoint in Five-Point Likert Type Scales  Presenter
Maslovskaya, OlgaUniversity of Southampton, United KingdomData quality in mixed-mode mixed-device general population UK social survey: Evidence from the Understanding Society Wave 8  Presenter
Dispelling Smartphone Data Collection Myths: Uptake and Data Quality in the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) Large Random Probability Mixed-Device Online Survey Experiments  Presenter
Mayr, SusanneUniversität Passau, GermanyLinguistic Properties of Echo Chambers and Hate Groups on Reddit
McGee, AliceKantar Public, United KingdomDo we know what to do with “Don’t Know”?
Mede, Niels GöranUniversität ZürichFake it till they take it? Pseudo user effects and pseudo user literacy  Presenter
Meier, HaraldSocial Media Research Foundation, USA/Germany/AlbaniaInsights from mapping the Twitter network of the German Bundestag  Presenter
Meitinger, KatharinaUtrecht University, the NetherlandsList-style open-ended questions in Web surveys: A comparison of three visual layouts
Taking Respondents Seriously: Feedback in Mixed-Device Studies  Presenter
Messingschlager, TanjaUniversity of Würzburg, GermanyFake News: On the Influence of Warnings and Personality  Presenter
Metzler, AnkeDarmstadt University of Technology, GermanyCoverage Error in Smartphone Surveys Across European Countries
Meyer, LeviRheinische Fachhochschule Köln, GermanyBelieving in social proof or personal experience? - Contrasting and comparing the effect of different kinds of eWOM in online shops
Mezzanzanica, MartaNatCen Social Research, United KingdomThe Presentation of Don't Know Answer Options in Web Surveys: an Experiment with the NatCen Panel
Michelle, SchwingUniversität Würzburg, GermanyFact or Fake? A mediapsychological perspective on children judging credibility of news
Mikucka, MalgorzataMZES, Mannheim University (Germany),PC versus mobile survey modes: are people's life evaluations comparable?
Milic, ThomasCenter for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA), Switzerland;
Department of Political Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland
The ideological dimension of vote choice response latency
Minderop, IsabellaGESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, GermanyDoes the layout make a difference? An experiment on effects of online survey layout and device on data quality
Mohseni, M. RohangisTU Ilmenau, GermanyMethods and Tools for the Automatic Sampling and Analysis of YouTube Comments  Presenter
Morini, MatteoInstitute for Web Science and Technologies, Universität Koblenz-LandauPolitical Fandoms as Networks on Twitter: Language-Blind Analysis of Polarized Communication
Mulder, JorisCentERdata - Tilburg UniversityWhat Really Makes You Move? Identifying Relationships between Physical Activity and Health through Applying Machine Learning Techniques on High Frequency Accelerometer and Survey Data.
Munzert, SimonPrinceteon UniversityHow Nudges Can (De)polarize America: A Field Experiment on the Effects of Online Media Exposure  Presenter
Mütze, JaninaCivey GmbH, GermanyMRP und Variablenselektion in einer Echtzeit-Anwendung - Eine Fallstudie  Presenter
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